Preventing Emerald Ash Borer Infestations

Posted on: 17 June 2019

When you have emerald ash trees in your yard, you have the added responsibility of learning about the emerald ash borer. You need to know about this natural born enemy of the emerald ash tree so that you know how to recognize the signs of a problem and how to handle problems when they do show up. This useful guide will inform you on everything from knowing what to look for to what to do when problems are found.
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3 Reasons Why You Need Professional Tree Care

Posted on: 24 April 2019

How many trees do you have on your property? Have you ever had them looked at and checked out by a professional? Many people do not see the point in having a professional come in and look at their trees. But if you want your trees to remain healthy for as long as possible, professional intervention may be needed. Some of the best reasons why you may need professional assistance for your trees are as follows.
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3 Tips For Trimming Evergreens

Posted on: 26 January 2019

Evergreen trees add a great deal to your landscape design. Not only do they create texture and definition, but they can also provide shade and privacy in some cases. Although incredibly durable, evergreen trees do require some care and maintenance to ensure they are healthy and appealing. If you have a few evergreen trees in your yard, knowing when and how to prune them is key to their growth. Here are a few simple tips to help you trim your evergreen trees.
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Understanding Why You Should Not Trim Trees In The Fall

Posted on: 14 December 2018

If you have a number of trees on your property that are not very aesthetically pleasing, then you may want to do a bit of trimming. And, summer and winter can be times that you can schedule your trimming sessions. While this is true, you should try to avoid cutting your trees in the fall. There are a few reasons for this. Trees Are More Prone To Fungal Injections When you trim a tree, you are leaving the trimmed edge exposed to the elements and to the microorganisms that live in the region.
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